Estate Focus At Royal Show 2003
Park, Warwickshire: Machinery and advice which can help owners of
country houses and small estates manage their land and business
will be available in a major new "Estate Maintenance Area",
being staged at this year's Royal Show.
2003 Royal Show is being held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire from
Sunday 29th June to Wednesday 2nd July.
together a diverse range of products, this new presentation will
make it easy for interested parties to access fresh information
on the best way to maintain their properties, enabling them to compare
the machinery options for a wide range of maintenance tasks and
thus help to decide which of them is best suited to their individual
Birchmore, the Royal Show executive co-ordinating the new exhibit,
believes it will attract interest from a wide range of visitors,
as it fills a unique niche in the market:
is the largest gathering of manufacturers of this kind of equipment
outside the specialist trade events serving this sector. As a result,
it is the first chance many private individuals might have had of
seeing such a complete range of equipment in one place.
one tool which has advanced management of these type and scale of
estates is the compact tractor, and we will have a complete range
on show, including Kubota, Kilworth, New Holland, McCormick, Jinma,
Tafe, Erreppi, Smallholder and BSG Supplies."
impressive will be the range of equipment which can be used behind
these machines. For a large country house there are all manner of
trailers, mowers and groundcare equipment. "A typical livery
stable might use all that equipment and other pieces such as yard
scrapers. Someone running a farm park or who has a large area of
grassland to keep in shape might also look at the range of chain
harrows, pasture toppers and even sprayers which -can cover a good
acreage easily and
estates support a proportion of woodland, and will find the full
range of woodland management equipment - including brush cutters,
chippers and chainsaws - of use. If they are particularly interested
in this aspect, they can discover more in the adjoining Farm Woodland
and Forestry area".
Buy in advance and save £s! Advance: Adults £10, senior
citizens £6.50, children £6.50 (9-15), under 9s free.
New for this year: The Royal Show family ticket - 2 adults plus
2 children - £31.00. On the gate: Adults £14, senior
citizens £9, children £9 (9-15), under 9s free. Family
ticket - £44.00. Dogs are not permitted except for registered
assistance dogs. Buy on-line until June 24 at www.royalshow.org.uk
or call 0870 3666 544.